Mith-ih-kwuh Economic Development Corporation
CEDCO management and staff also contribute considerable time and expertise to advance projects that are part of the Mith-ih-kwuh Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), a Tribal investment entity created under Section 17 of the Indian Reorganization Act. MEDC projects include the development of a Class II gaming facility on commercial land purchased in Medford, Oregon, and an investment in Perpetua Power Source Technologies.
The Cedars at Bear Creek
Currently in the early stages of the Bureau of Indian Affairs approval process, this project would convert a bowling alley into a Class II gaming facility in Medford, Oregon. With an opening day investment of $26 million, the facility will create approximately 233 jobs in the community with an estimated payroll exceeding $10 million. For updates on the project, visit www.medfordwins.com.
Perpetua Power Source Technologies, Inc.
The Coquille Tribe is an investor in Perpetua Power Source Technologies, Inc., which develops and manufactures advanced renewable energy products based on its breakthrough thermoelectric technology. From industrial products that harvest waste heat energy to power sensors and eliminate the need for batteries to wearable technology that generates electricity from body heat, Perpetua places the Tribe squarely in the forefront of renewable energy technology.
To learn more about Perpetua, visit www.perpetuapower.com